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Rogers is preparing to launch a new Nokia handset, the X7, which is powered by Symbian Anna OS. It features a 4" (360x640) Gorilla Glass AMOLED touchscreen display, and an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and 720p HD video capture. It is powered by a 680 MHz processor and 256MB of RAM, and comes with 1GB of internal ROM memory. The X7 is being advertised as an entertainment focused handset, and the box for it shows off Angry Birds. Apparently the device is set to come pre-loaded with Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD, but no word if any other games will come with it. No word on pricing or an exact launch date, but with stock beginning to arrive at some retail locations, it can't be too long until we see this handset become available.


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A new device is now available at Telus and it is with Samsung that Telus has heard. These are still very simple and has a reasonable price anyway. He has a camera 1.3 mega pixels and a Bluetooth stereo connexion. It does, however, nothing exceptional but from the fact that it is sold with 2 covered red and blue to personalize your phone.

"Mobile phones are more than a way for Canadians to talk to each other. They are an extension of personal style and a way to stay entertained wherever you are. The Samsung R500 is a reflection of this evolution in communications with its access to SPARK entertainment and messaging services and interchangeable faceplates," said David Neale, TELUS senior vice-president of Products and Services.


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Bell and Cineplex Entertainment Launch Mobile Ticketing in Canada. You may now, if you have one Bell Mobility, buy movie tickets in advance and you pay on your account Bell Mobility with some user fees whose prices we are unknown at the moment. For tickets, simply send a text message with the word "tickets" to 5867. The system of Bell Mobility will send you a reply by text message containing a web link that will display a page of purchase. When you choose your film and completed the purchase on your mobile device, a code-bar appears in your cell phone. At Cineplex center you do what your cellphone positioned in front of a reader who is in the scanning booth. You will then receive tickets which will allow you to enter into a movie show. This service is made available by the new technology of RepeatSeat Inc., which provides ticketing services in the USA, Canada and the Caribbean.

"The Mobile Movie Ticketing service we are now offering with Cineplex Entertainment is an example of the wide variety of mobile transactions clients will soon be able to perform on their wireless phones," said Adel Bazerghi, Vice President, Products for Bell Mobility. "Our clients now have the convenience of purchasing tickets in advance from their phones, wherever they may be." "Our theatre guests can now bypass the box office using Bell's mobile movie ticketing service, which is offered exclusively at Cineplex Entertainment theatres across Canada," said Pat Marshall, Vice President, Communications and Investor Relations, Cineplex Entertainment. "For the first time ever, clients can look up the movie they want to see, find the theatre location closest to them and purchase their tickets on their Bell Mobility phones."


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Today, Rogers is officially launching its new 3G network in Canada. Rogers will offer its Vision service, video telephony, in 22 cities in Canada. This means that Rogers will cover with its network of the third generation 60% of Canada. "This major expansion solidifies Rogers' position as Canada's fastest and most advanced wireless network," said John Boynton, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Rogers Wireless. "Rogers Vision is a quantum leap forward in wireless communications and has revolutionized the way customers access information and entertainment on-the-go both at home and abroad." No reduction in mobile data packages are scheduled from Rogers, but the fact that the third generation could come to be available from Rogers is a major point for Canada. Finally, remember that the service of Video Vision is available only in Canada at the moment, because no American operator, according to Rogers, offers this service at this time. The cities that will now be covered by HSDPA Rogers are: Greater Vancouver, Kelowna, Victoria, Whistler, Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Ottawa/Gatineau, Kingston, Sudbury, Barrie, London, Kitchener/Waterloo, Guelph, Windsor, Greater Montreal, Quebec City, Chicoutimi and Trois-Rivi?res. Rogers Vision is already available in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton/St. Catharines, Burlington/Oakville.


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